A number of Las Vegas Raiders contributed positively in Fantasy Football this season.
At the conclusion of Las Vegas’ season, running back Josh Jacobs finished 16th in his position for non-PPR scoring. He finished with a total of 172.0 points and averaged 11.5 points per game.
Meanwhile, tight end Darren Waller, who was the highest-ranked Raider in Fantasy Football, did not finish as expected due to his absence because of injuries during the final stretch of the season.
Waller ended up finishing 18th in non-PPR scoring for tight ends, totaling only 78.5 points while averaging 7.1 points per game.
The most successful Raider in Fantasy Football this season was kicker Daniel Carlson, who led his position group in non-PPR scoring. He finished with 171.0 total points and averaged 10.1 per game. Carlson was the only kicker to average double digits in scoring.
Wide receiver Hunter Renfrow finished 13th in non-PPR scoring for wideouts. He recorded a total of 156.1 points while averaging 9.2 points per game.
The Raiders defense was one of the lowest scoring defenses in Fantasy Football this season, totaling a mere 58.0 non-PPR points with an average of 3.4 points per game.
Lastly, quarterback Derek Carr wound up finishing in 14th in non-PPR scoring for quarterbacks. This season, he recorded a total of 256.96 points. Carr averaged only 15.1 Fantasy points per game.
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